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Stay At This Luxury Hotel On Your Next Trip To Mexico City
Mexico City has grown in popularity. With LA-like weather and the hustle spirit of NYC, it’s no wonder travelers are flocking to this city. If you’re planning your 2023 travels and experiencing luxury is on your list, then check out Sofitel Mexico City Reforma.
As a digital nomad who spent a year traveling throughout Mexico, this city captured my heart in many ways. From delicious gastronomy, stunning designs, and the expat community, Mexico City is a location any traveler should consider visiting.
The hardest part of any vacation is deciding where to stay. Accommodations can easily make or break the experience. When my family visited Mexico City for the weekend, I knew staying in Sofitel Mexico City Reforma would provide an unforgettable stay.
During our stay, we stayed in the Superior Room. It had all the typical amenities you’d expect, plus Bluetooth connectivity and a fantastic view of The Angel of Independence. It also had a Nespresso coffee machine, marble bathrooms, and a pull-out LED TV. And it was also spacious enough to sleep three people comfortably. On average, rates at Sofitel Mexico City Reforma are $300-$500 USD depending on the night and season.
“Those looking for a tranquil escape from the bustling streets of Mexico City can relax in the serene and calming atmosphere of Sofitel’s lavishly appointed spa, followed by enjoying striking views of the city from the luxurious 38th-floor pool. In addition, travelers working on personal wellness goals have access to an innovative fitness center fitted with technologically advanced equipment to attain desired fitness results at any level,” Sylvain Chauvet, Hotel Manager, said in a statement.
Here are three reasons to check out Sofitel Mexico City Reforma if you’re visiting Mexico City.
If you’re visiting Mexico City for the first time, Reforma is the perfect neighborhood to stay in. The hotel is located in the heart of Mexico City’s historic Reforma neighborhood. The most visited areas first-time travelers to Mexico stay in are Condesa, Roma, Polonco, and Juraez. Staying in Reforma puts you in a central location to explore all these neighborhoods and everything that Mexico City offers. Staying here also puts travelers steps away from iconic monuments such as The Angel of Independence and the Castle of Chapultepec.
Every little detail at Sofitel Mexico City Reforma counts. From the lobby design to the rooms to the restaurants featured. The design at Sofitel Mexico City Reforma provided a tranquil escape and serene atmosphere. The staff for the week treated us with great hospitality, making us feel at home. The rooms were sleek, and you could notice the French influence throughout. As an avid traveler, design makes a big difference in any hotel space. When you first enter the hotel, you’re greeted by the gorgeous decor and stunning views of Mexico City. The entrance was grander than I could have imagined. It’s an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere and definitely has an Instagram-worthy view.
If you don’t travel for food, then I’m wondering why you’re traveling. Mexico City is a foodie’s dream, and this hotel captures that perfectly. Sofitel Mexico City Reforma has five bars and restaurants with mouthwatering and dynamic flavors. The 38th floor has a famous rooftop called Cityzen, a well-known bar in Mexico City. Because of the location, there are also plenty of restaurants by the hotel, including Tezontle Restaurant, which serves Oaxaca-inspired dishes, and Ling Ling, which serves Asian-inspired cuisine. Of course, you can always go right with the plentiful street food options.